July DDL Riddle

Sherri J. (NDM#237) (57 Posts)

Sherri grew up in Beckley, West Virginia watching “Wonderful World of Disney” every Sunday night. She studied art at West Virginia University, which led to an appreciation of Walt Disney’s genius as an artist. Later, she and Mark, NDD#102, met and married and only afterwards realized that they were both huge fans of the Disney brand. Since discovering that they are “Disney people” Sherri and her husband have made yearly trips to Walt Disney World, while raising their three children to believe that wishes can come true. While at work, she enjoys being referred to as the “Disney guru.”


photo credit: disney.rocket9.net
photo credit: disney.rocket9.net

Would you like to win a Mickey Mouse Summer Fun tumbler? Well it could be on the way to you if you know the answer to this month’s riddle. Disneyland and Walt Disney World have some awesome mountains between the two parks. They both have Space Mountain, Splash Mountain and Big Thunder Mountain. They also have their own unique mountains in WDW Animal Kingdom’s Expedition Everest and Disneyland’s Matterhorn Bobsleds. However, both of these unique mountains share something in common. For the riddle this month, can you tell me what it is they have in common?

Submit your answer to ddlriddle@thedisneydrivenlife.com by July 31  for your chance to win the Mickey Mouse tumbler. Please remember, do not post answers on the site. Best of luck to all of you!

 

Sherri J. (NDM#237)

Sherri grew up in Beckley, West Virginia watching “Wonderful World of Disney” every Sunday night. She studied art at West Virginia University, which led to an appreciation of Walt Disney’s genius as an artist. Later, she and Mark, NDD#102, met and married and only afterwards realized that they were both huge fans of the Disney brand. Since discovering that they are “Disney people” Sherri and her husband have made yearly trips to Walt Disney World, while raising their three children to believe that wishes can come true. While at work, she enjoys being referred to as the “Disney guru.”

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